Phoenix Drug Crime Attorney
Arrested for a narcotics offense? Get MayesTelles in your corner!
MayesTelles PLLC is your choice for a defense firm if you have been arrested for a drug-related offense. Our attorneys bring years of experience to the table, including experience as former prosecutors. Drug offenses are investigated heavily, prosecuted aggressively, and sentenced severely in the state of Arizona. If you or someone you love has been arrested for a drug crime, contact our law firm today.
By Choosing a Phoenix Drug Lawyer At Our Firm, You Get:
- ATTORNEYS WITH INSIGHT AS FORMER PROSECUTORS
- ATTORNEYS RATED AV PREEMINENT AND TOP 100 LAWYERS
- ATTORNEYS WHO MAKE THEMSELVES AVAILABLE 24/7
- ATTORNEYS WHO HAVE HANDLED THOUSANDS OF CASES
When you need a fierce advocate to defend you against your drug charges, you need MayesTelles in your corner. Contact us today at (602) 428-7104.
Uniquely Skilled to Handle Drug Offense Cases
At MayesTelles, we handle all types of drug offenses and are uniquely adept to do so. Many of our attorneys have an extensive background with not only drug-related issues. For example, Attorney David Telles used to work for the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Attorney Candy Marrufo used to work with at-risk youths to keep them out of the drug culture and gangs.
We handle all types of misdemeanor and felony drug offenses, including:
- DRUG DISTRIBUTION
- DRUG TRAFFICKING
- POSSESSION FOR SALE
- DRUG POSSESSION
- DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
- MANUFACTURING / CULTIVATION
Many felony drug crimes in Arizona have harsh mandatory minimum sentences, especially for those who have previously been convicted of a similar offense.
Penalties for Drug Crimes in Arizona
Chapter 7 of Title 13 of the Arizona Revised Statutes details sentencing for felony offenses.
First-time felony offense sentencing:
- Class 2 – Minimum 4 years, Maximum 10 years
- Class 3 – Minimum 2.5 years, Maximum 7 years
- Class 4 – Minimum 1.5 years, Maximum 3 years
- Class 5 – Minimum .75 years, Maximum 2 years
- Class 6 – Minimum .5 years, Maximum 1.5 years
Repeat felony offender sentencing (two or more separate felonies):
There are three categories of repeat felony offenders: category one, category two, and category three. Offenders classified in category three receive the most severe sentences.
- Class 2 – Minimum 14 years, Maximum 28 years
- Class 3 – Minimum 10 years, Maximum 20 years
- Class 4 – Minimum 8 years, Maximum 12 years
- Class 5 – Minimum 4 years, Maximum 6 years
- Class 6 – Minimum 3 years, Maximum 4.5 years
There are different sentencing requirements for violent and dangerous felony offenders.
How MayesTelles Can Help
Arrested for a drug offense? We're here to help. At MayesTelles PLLC, we put our clients first, always pursing the best possible result – not just the outcome that is most convenient.
If you are ready to fight for your freedom and your future, call us today or fill out a free case evaluation form.